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Strictly’s Michelle Visage reveals her daughter was suicidal after battling depression for ‘years’
Michelle reveals the family tried everything before turning to medication to help her depression.
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Paul Merson tells Unai Emery to appoint ‘serial winner’ David Luiz as Arsenal’s captain
The right choice?
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Tui joins Jet2 and Ryanair in ‘hiking prices’ after Thomas Cook collapse
Some customers found prices were still rising even as they went to complete their bookings.
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Supreme Court rules Boris Johnson's suspension of parliament unlawful
Boris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament earlier this month was unlawful, the Supreme Court has ruled.
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Boris Johnson broke law with parliament suspension, Supreme Court rules
The UK's highest court has made a historic ruling over the five-week suspension of parliament.
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Manchester United players concerned by training sessions and have doubts over coach Kieran McKenna
Things are in danger of unravelling at Old Trafford.
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Drag acts swap high heels for trainers as they play rugby for mental health charity
And of course, they added some drag flair to the match.
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Meghan Markle removes £140K engagement ring for visit to South African township
Meghan Markle removed her £140,000 engagement ring for the second day running in line with her wish to stay 'low key', as the tour of Africa continued at Cape Town's 'therapy beach' today.
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Simon Thomas opens up about being criticised for finding love two years after wife Gemma’s death
Gemma, 40, died died in November 2017, three days after being diagnosed with acute myeloid leukaemia
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Bags stuffed full of weed after police find cannabis farm in Salford
Investigations are ongoing following the discovery, the force said
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What happens to Brexit after parliament suspension ruling?
Judges are ruling over the suspension of parliament, so what happens now?
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'You stole my childhood': Greta Thunberg condemns world leaders at climate summit
Greta presented an emotional speech at the UN Climate Action Summit in New York
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Got any Horrific Child? Discover the list of the world's 291 weirdest bands
Industrial group Nurse With Wound included a list of ultra-obscure artists on their debut album – and inadvertently created a treasure hunt for record nerdsThe Nurse With Wound list is one of the greatest pieces of fieldwork ever conducted in music. It is a secret handshake, a map, a wishlist, and yet it still contains mysteries. A list of 291 artists, many of them unknown and unknowable pre-internet, was included in the 1979 debut album by the industrial group Nurse With Wound. Now 40 years old and legendary in underground circles, the label Finders Keepers are undertaking the Sisyphean task of collecting and compiling one track by every artist on it.Nurse With Wound were associated with industrial music from its inception, although they were more interested in a surrealist sonic bricolage than the brutalism and didactic politics of their peers. While the group is now just Steven Stapleton, when the list was written it also featured John Fothergill and Heman Pathak. Along with studio engineer Nicky Rogers on guitar, their debut Chance Meeting on a Dissecting Table of a Sewing Machine and an Umbrella was pressed in an edition of 500 after being recorded in six hours; Fothergill had owned a guitar for four days. Stapleton says they didn’t expect to sell any – his cover art depicts a woman with whip and gimp mask, large breasts spilling from a full-body rubber suit. Unsurprisingly, some shops wouldn’t stock it. Continue reading...
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Who are the judges deciding whether suspending parliament was unlawful?
The judges try to reach a unanimous decision.
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Fortnite is adding bots and revamping matchmaking to make things easier for newcomers
Fortnite is trying to make things easier for inexperienced players, with the introduction of bots in the next update version 10.40.
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Tui boss says it will fly home customers booked on Thomas Cook flights
Holiday firm has faced costs due to grounding of Boeing 737 Max and Brexit uncertaintyThe boss of travel company Tui has said it will fly home customers who are booked on Thomas Cook flights.The collapse of Thomas Cook, the world’s oldest travel firm, in the early hours of Monday has left more than 500,000 holidaymakers stranded abroad, including 150,000 from the UK. The Civil Aviation Authority has embarked on a huge repatriation, helped by airlines such as British Airways, easyJet and Virgin. Continue reading...
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Lauren Goodger ‘hates’ her body so much she wants ‘full-blown surgery’ with ‘everything sucked out’
Well this is a little sad.
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Gareth Thomas credits husband Stephen as ‘only reason’ he got through HIV blackmail
The couple married in 2016.
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Meghan and Harry meet surfing mentors on Cape Town youth project
The couple heard how surfing mentors aim to help vulnerable young people turn around their lives.
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Yes, businesses fail. But Thomas Cook’s bosses ignored the brutal facts | Stefan Stern
Instead of confronting reality and managing decline, the travel company’s leaders just went on taking bonuses“How did you go bankrupt?”“Two ways. Gradually, then suddenly.” Continue reading...
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Rugby World Cup referees criticised by World Rugby for opening performances in extraordinary statement
World Rugby has issued a stunning statement to criticise the performance of officials at the Rugby World Cup in Japan, claiming they "were not consistently of the standards set" at the highest level of the game.
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Labour announces compensation and apology for victims of radiation experiments
Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry announced a manifesto pledge to give £50,000 to every survivor of Britain’s Cold War radiation experiments
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Lorraine Kelly branded ‘inappropriate’ after comment about running behind Jason Isaacs ‘for the view’
Viewers were shocked after the comment.
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Renée Zellweger looks flawless as she power dresses for her latest film Judy screening
Bridget Jones star Renée, 50, looks stunning as she puts on a glam display for her latest movie screening Judy
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Peaky Blinders fans have got a wild theory about season five murder twist
SPOILERS: Peaky Blinders season 5 ended on a chaotic note for Tommy Shelby - but who is responsible?
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Sir Keir Starmer says Labour will give the vote to 16 year-olds at a second Brexit referendum
Labour will give 16 and 17 year-olds the right to vote at a second Brexit referendum, Sir Keir Starmer has suggested as he said eventually the party will campaign to keep the UK in the EU.
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Switzerland will become the first country in world to let public transport users pay AFTER journey
Switzerland will introduce 'post price ticketing' on its buses, trams and metro across the entire country from 2020. Almost 90,000 people have used an app to log journeys and pay after since a 2018 trial.
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Ferne McCann belts out a few numbers as launches own cocktail at exclusive venue
Ferne hit up the high brow Boisdale in London's Mayfair where she's adding a cocktail to the menu which she thought up herself
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Video of police beating protester sparks outrage in Hong Kong
‘Protect the children’ group contradicts police claims officers were only kicking a ‘yellow object’A video showing Hong Kong police officers beating a man who had been attempting to protect young protesters has given rise to another wave of outrage at police.Two widely shared videos filmed over the weekend show a man in a yellow high-vis vest laying on the ground while being repeatedly kicked and hit by a group of officers. Continue reading...
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Kylie Jenner announces Balmain beauty collaboration – and it’s going to drop at Paris Fashion Week
We're so ready for this.
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When does the new season of Dancing on Ice start?
Who will take home the trophy this year?
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Beloved BB King 'Lucille' guitar sells for $280,000 at auction
Auction of items from blues guitarist’s estate fetches $1.3m, with prize item a prototype Gibson guitar that was stolen and later returnedOne of BB King’s most beloved guitars has sold at a US auction for $280,000 (£225,000).The black Gibson ES-345 prototype was presented to King in 2005 by manufacturers Gibson on his 80th birthday, and was the first in a limited edition of 80. He used it as his primary guitar until it was stolen in 2009 and traded in at a Las Vegas pawn shop. A guitar collector bought it, and after investigating its provenance, returned it to King later that year. Continue reading...
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Hollyoaks confirms death twist as Tony Hutchinson plans to flee killer Breda McQueen
Hollyoaks' Tony Hutchinson prepares his big escape next week, just as a death reveal rocks the village
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China probes unidentified ‘gel-like’ substance found on dark side of the moon
Jade Rabbit rover snaps pictures of strange and mysterious material discovered within an impact crater.
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Cadbury fans go wild as the orange-flavoured Twirl finally launches
Cadbury fans, from all over the UK, took to Twitter to ask supermarkets where they could get their hands on the 65p limited edition orange twirl bar.
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer handed a boost with Paul Pogba set to return for Manchester United against Rochdale
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Russia v Samoa: Rugby World Cup 2019 – live!
Rugby World Cup Pool A updates, kick-off 11.15am BSTHow they stand: fixtures, results and tablesGet in touch. Email Barry or tweet @bglendenning 10.00am BST The Kumagaya Rugby Stadium is the venue for this Pool A match pitting Russia against Samoa. Russia got off to a losing start in the tournament opener against Japan on Friday, going down 30-10 against the hosts, while Samoa will be hoping to further riff on their pain in what is their first appearance at this particular Rugby World Cup. Kick-off is at 11.15am (BST), but stay tuned for team news and buildup in the meantime. Continue reading...
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Inquest opens into death of baby found in River Irwell
Zakari William was described by his devastated mother as the 'most wonderful, cute little boy'
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Romanian gang are jailed for 25 years after repeatedly raping girl
A Romanian sex gang who abused and raped three young girls in Manchester after 'relentlessly grooming them on Facebook' have been jailed for a total of more than 25 years.
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Tech's diversity push - is it making a difference for interns?
Internships remain a popular route into the tech industry. But male-dominated screening panels and gender-biased questions make it tough for women to land that all-important internship Any one of us could probably recall a depressing “women in tech” headline. Wise (Women in Science and Engineering) says that 23% of the people working in Stem roles in the UK are female, while PwC states that just 5% of leadership positions in the technology industry are held by women. In a sample of 1,000 US consumers by LivePerson, a US software company, only 8.3% could name a famous woman in tech; that fell to just 4% when LivePerson discounted any responses naming Siri or Alexa. However things are changing for women in tech, says Anna Brailsford, CEO at Code First: Girls, which works with companies and women to increase the numbers of women in tech. “Many established companies have made bold commitments to hiring a more balanced workforce,” she says. “Some have gone as far as committing to a 50:50 split.” Continue reading...
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When was Gunther first in Friends and what has James Michael Tyler been in since?
He's a Friends icon.
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Food Unwrapped is blasted by viewers for its 'obscene' carbon footprint
Channel 4's Food Unwrapped programme has been blasted online for its 'obscene' carbon footprint as presenters headed to Thailand, Australia and Italy for a 30-minute episode.
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5 star athletes to watch at the World Athletics Championships 2019
Thousands of athletes head to Doha to bid for gold in their respective fields with just a year to go until the Olympics
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Labour MPs condemn Jeremy Corbyn's fence-sitting on Brexit
Jeremy Corbyn survived a bitter battle at conference in Brighton last night, seeing off a bid to commit the party to campaigning for Remain at an election.
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